The site is powered by the WordPress engine, and among other parts features cool news and tour reports section, open for comments (but no track-backing...I wonder why), and a podcast feed, "Sunday Soul", where DSS's producer Sunshine Jones hosts fellow dj's and plays smooth cuts.
Dubtribe's productions are usually amazing - weaving silky textures of jazzy house, tribal funk and a soothing soulful singing.
Their latest album "Baggage"(click for full preview) is a formidable release, which I've indulged on many times during the last year.
Specifically I liked the single "Autosoul" (click to preview the superb remixes from Rasmus Faber).
So aided by Fernando's design, they've embraced a neat social media attitude to their website, which is very refreshing and just enjoyable to experience. I would be happy to see more dance/electronica artists adopting blog tools for their web presence.
Just another favorable feature is the tags list, placed at the right side bar in the home page. Yep, it's exactly in the format we all know from social networks like Flickr and Del.icio.us, and it reflects the main themes that are being discussed at the site.
So simple, and yet bears such a terrific value for the site visitors.
And it doesn't end just in the layout. Sunshine also published his entire book in the site, open for community discussion. Dubtribe's hook with open source and social trends is yet another great example of pouring an immense extra value to the musician's website (European dj's - watch and learn...).